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Explore this collection of the world’s most promising social innovations, submitted from every corner of the globe. These solutions give you insights into where the world is heading in the future.

 

Total 24 ideas
Gifts Food Culture (GFC) was incorporated to produce groundnut paste for family and friends on a
Modelo de trabajo de 13 pasos para la reintegración social de retornados guatemaltecos trabajando
finalist
The use of natural fibres is on the ascendency.
Khama is an accessories brand built on a collaboration between designers in London and Malawi.
semifinalist
Frances Bursch's picture
Food from Forests will provide a nutritious rainforest tree food, Maya Nut (Brosimum alicastrum)
Susana Morales's picture
The rapid environmental deterioration and depletion of Guatemala's natural resources is unde
Hint: This will be the first introductory text about this project that viewers will see.
Yayra Dumenu's picture
To promote and implement sustainable agricultural practices in the district,
Ahmed-Salim Abubakar's picture
We are offering to bring all parties in the agriculture value-chain (cereal) to a common place (a
A & A Farms is a social enterprise that identifies peasant guinea fowl farmers, train them, p
Dziedzorm Segbefia's picture
Our Adventure Sports business, BraveHearts Expeditions, introduces modern-day explorer teams of E
finalist
Emmanuel Amoah's picture
The Urban mechanized borehole project for rural development is one initiative that will impact bo
Effective waste management strategies assist in minimising or avoiding adverse impacts on the env
AMPP fights poverty, hunger and malnutrition in Malawi by promoting and establishing sustainable
Unir productores agrícolas con jóvenes profesionales para llevar al mercado productos agrícolas c
Guillermo Bermúdez S.'s picture
Esta innovadora estrategia desarrollará el poder de jóvenes, mujeres, micro y pequeños emprendedo
50% of premature babies will stop breathing at night.
John Barrie's picture
Problem: Most women in rural Guatemala live in poverty, leading to malnourished children and lack
The poor in African villages have physical assets, which are often owned informally (no property